Some non-surgical treatments for spider veins include support stockings, lifestyle changes and sclerotherapy, according to WebMD. Support stockings are available for purchase from most surgical supply stores and can prov... More »

www.reference.com Health Conditions & Diseases Skin Conditions

When a person has an enlarged, painful spleen, diagnosing and treating the underlying causes can prevent the need for surgery in most cases, according to WebMD.com. Limiting activities that can rupture a spleen is very i... More »

www.reference.com Health Conditions & Diseases

Non-surgical treatments for glaucoma include medications, such as eye drops or pills, consistent exercise and relaxation techniques. Treatment methods for glaucoma vary depending on the severity of the disease. Early ons... More »

www.reference.com Health Vision

Effective treatment options for spider veins include sclerotherapy, endovenous laser treatments, radiofrequency occlusion and surface lasers, according to WebMD. Lifestyle changes, such as losing weight and practicing go... More »

www.reference.com Health Conditions & Diseases

Arnica, hydrogen peroxide and sea salt are components in natural treatments designed to remove spider veins. These tiny lines that result from chronically dilated capillaries come from causes such as specific medications... More »

www.reference.com Health Conditions & Diseases Skin Conditions

Small spider veins can be reduced and possibly prevented by wearing support stockings, walking, losing weight, and lowering sodium in the diet to reduce water retention, explains Womenshealth.gov. Spider veins can also b... More »

Topical creams have not been proven to effectively eliminate varicose and spider veins. Compression stockings are worn to ease the pain associated with varicose and spider veins, and sclerotherapy is the most common medi... More »